In this presentation we're going to use the $7 ZVS drivers made for induction heating to provide wireless power for LEDs in your fish tank, toy cars that are powered from under the track, charging your smart watch with a loop in the steering wheel of your car and another in your watch band (good coupling :) )...Etc.
First draft of slides so go easy on me...
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Step 1: Introduction to Wireless Power
Step 2: Mutual Inductance and Resonance
Step 3: DC Source
Step 4: Oscillator
Step 5: Oscillator Continuted...
Step 6: Oscillator Waveforms of Interest.
Step 7: TX Loop
Step 8: TX Loop Continued.
Step 9: TX Loop Continued.
Step 10: A Little on Resonance...
Step 11: A Little More on Resonance.
Step 12: Our TX Loop Resonance. 8A RMS!?!? WOW.
Step 13: Moving on to RX Side
Step 14: Multiply by N^2 Huh?
The advanced workshop will go over error of the approximations used in this workshop as compared to FEM.